Undergraduate Programs

Neuroscience is an interdepartmental program in the Life Sciences Division of the College of Letters and Science. Topics of fundamental interest include perception, cognition, learning, memory, motor control, and regulation of body function. The undergraduate interdepartmental program aims to explore the principles and concepts of this broad range of nervous system function at many levels of analysis, including molecular, cellular, synaptic, network, computational, and behavioral. Neuroscience classes range in size from the typical enrollment of approximately 200 students in NS m101A to unique seminars of 25 students.

For more information, visit: http://www.neurosci.ucla.edu/